MSCO is a business-driven, entrepreneurial-minded marketing and business advisory firm relentlessly driven to accelerate the growth of our clients. For nearly two decades, we have applied a proprietary methodology that serves as a powerful catalyst for:
- Taking companies of all sizes from one level of revenues and profitability to the next.
- Introducing new companies and their products/services to the marketplaces.
- Reviving companies that have lost their forward momentum.
- Restructuring sales and management functions and structures.
Under our strategic umbrella, we offer a suite of integrated services including:
- Public Relations
- Internet Marketing
- Website Development
- Market Research
Mark Stevens is a bestselling author and a popular media commentator on a host of business matters including marketing, branding, management and sales. Mr. Stevens is also the founder and CEO of MSCO, a global marketing firm specializing in strategy and integrated marketing solutions for such diverse clients as Nike, RE/MAX, Chartis, Monster Savings and many others.
Known for delivering business insights with blunt truths and unconventional wisdom, Mr. Stevens shook the marketing establishment with his Business Week bestseller, “Your Marketing Sucks,” (2003) and redefined the rules of business management in “Your Management Sucks” (2006). Some of his other books include “God Is A Salesman,” “Rich Is A Religion,” “The Big Eight,” “King Icahn,” and “Sudden Death: The Rise and Fall of EF Hutton” (a Wall Street Journal bestseller and one of the “Best Business Books of the Year” by the Library Journal). On August 2nd of this year, Mr. Stevens will publish his new book, “Your Company Sucks: It’s Time To Declare War On Yourself,” in which he identifies the four major reasons why companies fail.
Mr. Stevens is also the author of the popular marketing blog, “Unconventional Thinking.” Mr. Stevens shares his unique wisdom on all aspects of business including marketing, strategic management, branding, consulting, advertising, as well as on popular issues of the day. The blog is consistently ranked in the Top 150 marketing blogs (equivalent to top 1% of all published blogs which count to over 72 million) and is described as the perfect blend of Harvard Business School and US Magazine, allowing everyone to relate to and learn about business.
Marketing, consulting, branding, managing, writing, creativity, public speaking, branding and identity, entrepreneurship, business